"The charm of this here is that it stands alone, it does not change, all the others move about it."
By affirming that this 405,000-year constant, metronomic cycle dates back to a time when Even before the rule of the dinosaurs, the results affect many areas of research. may influence how we translate fossils and track the progress of life types, understand more about planetary movements.
However, perhaps the most up-to-date place of science may help us to understand how Jupiter and Venus are exceptionally far-off, they affect the Earth's environment, and how they undoubtedly go through long periods of cooling and warming changes.
Not that anyone should display this research study and insist that the planet's current environmental problems are human because of something, the authors Explain that the results of the Milankovitch cycle in this millennium year are not among the findings that we could observe in our short lifetimes.
Weather cycles of the effects on our planet of Jupiter and Venus related and significant changes take place every 400,000 years. And these changes, as revealed by geological deposits, have remained unchanged for countless years. This is an essential function of celestial mechanics in changing the environment, and for that reason plants, animals on earth. "
" It's pretty far down the list of many other things that can affect the environment, "says Kent.
" On the other hand, all the CO2 we pour into the air today is the apparently great enchilada. This is a result that we can determine today. The planetary cycle is a bit more subtle.